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Old 02-19-09, 02:40 PM
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Oh, and I can add that the new tubes were installed in my toasty-warm kitchen the day before, so it wasn't a hurry-up job done with cold fingers. In addition, I believe that had I pinched a tube, or a rim strip had slid off, I would have lost a bit of pressure on the 20-minute ride in, instead of having a full-blown blow out and hour-and-a-half to two hours after I got to work, doncha think? Jeez....you guys are analytical...are you sure some of you aren't related to my wife???
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